Gul Mescioglu Gur

Gul Mescioglu Gur
PhD Candidate and Lecturer, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, GMU

MA in European Studies, Sabanci University, Istanbul
BA in Political Science and International Relations, Marmara University, Istanbul


Gul Mescioglu Gur is a PhD candidate at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (SCAR). She is interested in history, memory, social identity, global conflicts, program/project evaluation, and youth capacity building. She is writing her dissertation on the Greek- Orthodox Minorities of Istanbul and Turkish-Muslim Population of Western Thrace in relation with historical traumas, identity and policy. She is teaching courses for CAR undergraduate students at George Mason University. She previously worked at several NGOs in Washington DC (Institute for Economic and Peace, Search for Common Grounds, Partners for Democratic Change) and in Turkey (Economic and Development Foundation, EU Information Office, TUSIAD).   

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Brief history of field, survey of key conflict resolution themes and theories, and intervention methods. Overview includes general factors of...
Covers conflict at macro level, introducing theories of international and global violence and conflict, drawing from...
Examines selected topics relating to analysis or resolution of conflict. Topics vary but may include historical...
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October 15, 2011
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Please join the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution for:An Evening's Celebration and Book Launch forCharles "Chic" Dambach President and CEO of the Alliance for Peacebuilding 
May 05, 2011
 Please join us for a proposal defense by Gul Mescioglu Gur, PhD Candidate This study seeks to explore how historical discourses, narratives, memories, traumas, and policies construct national identities of Turkish and Greek minority groups in Greece and Turkey. The analysis will examine
December 06, 2012
Will recent discoveries of abundant natural gas in the Eastern Mediterranean become a source of strife or an incentive for peace?A team of regional experts will engage in a problem-solving workshop on the issue at S-CAR from April 25-28. Please join us on Thursday, April 25 for a welcoming
April 25, 2013
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